Learn how to quickly smooth and retouch skin inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. The first way is to use the Skin Retouching filter inside of the Effects Tab to remove any blemishes. You could also use the Portrait Tab to detect any faces and apply more specific skin, eye, and mouth retouching. Finally you can retouch skin by duplicating your portrait and blurring the skin tones to soften the face.
If you are looking to save a few clicks, learn new shortcuts, or optimize your workflow, keep reading. I’ve put together ten tips which can help speed up your photo editing workflow in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Many of the tips you can find in our trusty ON1 Photo RAW 2019.2 User Guidebook, and I list the page number and link where you can find a more detailed explanation for specific tips.
Here we are again with another fun episode of How to Photograph Everything! Join me in the studio for this episode and learn some tips and techniques for posing your models.
We’re excited to announce an all-new ON1 Plus series “How to Shoot.” This new set of training videos will feature iconic scenes and locations. Each video is designed to help you understand everything you need to know about capturing the perfect photograph based on the scene and considerations for editing the photos. Later this year you’ll see how to shoot many other popular scenes including; outdoor portraiture, cityscapes, the milky way, in-studio products, sunrise/sunset/blue hour, fireworks and concert and events.
Learn how to create a stylistic composite using the AI Quick Mask Tool inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. First we will mask out our background from our subject. We can use this as our guide when we are blending layers together. Then we will use our Masking Brush to remove and add different textures onto our composite. From there we will top off the photo with some birds for a creative flare. Lastly we will merge the layers together into a New Stamped Layer and stylize with a LUTs Filter.
Learn a few quick tips for enhancing your skies inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Skies can be a difficult area to deal with but Photo RAW makes it easy with a powerful shadows slider and customizable local adjustments.
Learn how to quickly dodge and burn inside ON1 Photo RAW using Local Adjustments. We will quickly brighten, darken, and modify specific areas in our photo by adjusting and painting on a couple local adjustment layers.
Easily fix dark and underexposed images inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Using the Develop tab you can quickly pull out darker detail using the shadow and exposure sliders. Don’t forget to incorporate detail and contrast when you pull up on shadows because it will more often than not leave your image looking flat. To deal with noise and sharpening, head into the Effects tab and add a Noise Reduction and Sharpening filter.
Learn how to stay organized using folders and albums. Being able to drag and drop folders and subfolders is a quick way to move photos around. Using Cataloged Folders will allow you to browse through and manage your photos much faster. Albums are great for basic photo albums so you can access instantly. Creating Smart Albums will help you search through all your cataloged folders to find images based on your own specific criteria.
Join Software and Video Educator Dylan Kotecki as he shows some of the amazing features using Effects inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019.
Join me for Episode 9 of How to Photograph Everything! This week we dive into some different lighting combinations for in-studio portraits.
Learn how to add filters creatively using luminosity masks. Luminosity masks are a great way to target bright or dark areas in your photo. Take your photo to creative new heights using this masking technique. You can also copy and paste your luminosity mask onto other filters for a fast, fun way to edit.
ON1 Software and Video Educator Dylan Kotecki is back to show you how to spread some Holiday cheer with some compositing inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. He will show how to create holiday cards and graphics.
In the Grunge Look, we will create a dark, moody image using different tones and filters. To start off, we will crop and position. Then we will develop the tone and color to set the base for our style. We will then head into Effects to stir in some Dynamic Contrast for detail. To give our photo the grunge look, we will combine a Grunge filter with a Glow filter. We’ll top it with a Vignette to finish.
Who’s ready to photograph some fun pet portraits? Join me on this fun shoot with one of my best pals and get some handy camera and setup tips that will help you work with and photograph pets on your own!